Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 07 Hansard (Thursday, 4 August 2022) . . Page.. 2407 ..
Head of Service, Directors-General and Executives—Determination 2 of 2022, dated July 2022.
Full-Time Statutory Office Holders—Determination 4 of 2022, dated July 2022.
Full-time Statutory Office Holders:—
Auditor-General, Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Electoral Commissioner—Determination 3 of 2022, dated July 2022.
Chief Executive Officer, City Renewal Authority and Chief Executive Officer, Suburban Land Agency—Determination 5 of 2022, dated July 2022.
Members of the ACT Legislative Assembly—Determination 6 of 2022, dated July 2022.
Set up for Success: An Early Childhood Strategy for the ACT—Phase One Implementation Plan—25 March 2022.
Territory-owned Corporations Act—
Pursuant to subsection 16(3)—Icon Water Limited—Proposed demerger with the AGL Australia entity—Correspondence between the ACT Government and Managing Director, Icon Water Limited, dated 25 March and 3 August 2022, together with accompanying statement.
Pursuant to subsection 19(3)—Icon Water Limited—Statement of Corporate Intent—2022-23 to 2025-26 Business Strategy.
University of Canberra Act, pursuant to section 36—University of Canberra—Annual Report 2021, dated April 2022.
Closed circuit television—policy
MR GENTLEMAN (Brindabella—Manager of Government Business, Minister for Corrections, Minister for Industrial Relations and Workplace Safety, Minister for Planning and Land Management and Minister for Police and Emergency Services) (2.59): Pursuant to standing order 211, I move:
That the Assembly take note of the following paper:
Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Policy.
MR RATTENBURY (Kurrajong—Attorney-General, Minister for Consumer Affairs, Minister for Gaming and Minister for Water, Energy and Emissions Reduction) (2.59): I am pleased to present the ACT government closed-circuit television, or CCTV, policy to the Assembly today. The CCTV policy supersedes and replaces the ACT government Code of Practice for Closed Circuit Television Systems 2009 and establishes a single policy position to achieve greater consistency in the management and operation of CCTV systems across government.
The policy will strengthen how ACT government CCTV systems are operated, to enhance public safety but in a manner that protects an individual’s privacy and human rights. Additionally, the policy provides an improved framework for CCTV systems, with new requirements to enhance the governance, installation and operation of CCTV infrastructure. These requirements will support and improve public safety